Sending Money is based on data from a survey of international remittance customers’ preferences and behavior, administered by Appleseed in five states from September 2015 through December 2015. Appleseed Centers in Connecticut, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas and Washington surveyed a total of 702 customers about their typical remittance transactions, comparison shopping behaviors, past problems with remittances, knowledge of their rights, and overall confidence in remittance services. See a related press release here:
A Financial Institution Guide for Offering International Remittance Services. Texas Appleseed releases a guide to help financial institutions better serve low-income immigrant communities. It includes: a step-by-step guide to implementing a remittance transfer program, an overview of six remittance product approaches, profiles of remittances programs at 11 financial institutions, and proposals for an effective marketing program for remittance products.


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